Lynne’s Films Currently Streaming on Criterion, DAFilms, Fandor, & Ovid

Film About a Father Who available on Criterion Channel: Available on DAFilms: and QuarteredThe House of Science: a museum of false factsWhich Way Is East: Notebooks from VietnamStates of UnBelonging Same Stream TwiceYour Day is My NightAnd Then We Marched Carolee, Barbara & GunvorThe Washing SocietyA Month of Single FramesFilm About a Father Who Available […]

Lynne Sachs Delivers 2022 Les Blank Lecture at the BAMPFA

” I immediately confronted and embraced the life I’ve lead in the cosmos of the cinema, and more specifically my I.O.U, my gratitude, to that real for simply providing me with so much to think about and so much to record with my camera.”

“Lynne Sachs: Tender Non-Fictions” on DAFilms with interview by Cíntia Gil

We are delighted to present a program of films by experimental documentarian Lynne Sachs, who has been prolifically creating works for cinema for four decades. Her non-fiction films, represented here in 11 works of varying lengths, powerfully evokes the curiosity and richness of a life lived through art.

“A Month of Single Frames” at The National Museum of Art, Architecture & Design at Kunstnernes Hus Cinema

Wednesday 06.04.22hr. 18:00-20:30 Experimental filmmaker Barbara Hammer is widely celebrated as a pioneer of queer cinema. In collaboration with The National Museum of Art, Architecture & Design, Kunstnernes Hus Cinema is screening a selection of Hammer’s films. The screening will be followed by a conversation with filmmaker Lynne Sachs, a close friend and collaborator of […]

Fandor – Lynne Sachs Spotlight

For Women’s History Month, Fandor celebrates this fascinating female filmmaker and her insightful cinematic achievements.